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Seaweed scientist wins global acclaim

Friday 22 Jun 18 10:00am

Dr Wendy Nelson

RESEARCH into farming seaweed as a way of storing carbon has earned a New Zealand scientist international recognition.

Ninety-three per cent of the world’s carbon dioxide is stored in the oceans, and Niwa principal scientist Dr Wendy Nelson is part of a team looking at how seaweed-farming can be used to help to protect the world from global warming.

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